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Navy Seal Shows Step-By-Step Guide On How You Can Survive D******g

Share this post and you just might save a life – maybe even your own!

Do you think you’ll be able to survive being thrown in the sea with your hands and feet tied up? Unless you’re like the superhuman diver who can go down 20 meters in just one breath, many of us will likely respond “no” to that question. Besides, that is definitely a difficult scenario to be in.

If you ask former Navy Seal Clint Emerson though, he’d answer with a resounding “yes.” Furthermore, he tells us that, with adequate practice, anyone can actually do it.

In his book entitled 100 Deadly Skills: The SEAL Operative’s Guide, Clint shared numerous skills he has learned during his time serving in the United States Navy. Needless to say, his insights are absolutely useful.

In his book entitled “100 Deadly Skills: The SEAL Operative’s Guide,” former Navy Seal Clint Emerson shared numerous life-saving skills.

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Source: US Navy

And yes, one of the chapters discusses the theoretical question we asked at the beginning of this article.

Clint wrote:

“When an operative is captured in hostile territory, the odds of survival are low.

“Instead of being taken to trial, he will likely simply be made to “disappear” — which is why operatives practice escaping while wearing undefeatable restraints on hands and feet, both in water and on land.

“Tied up, thrown into open waters, and left to drown to death, the well-trained operative still has recourse to a few skills that can help extend his life until he is found or reaches solid ground.”

According to Clint, the well-trained operative is equipped with “skills that can help extend his life.”

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Source: Wikipedia

Clint explained further:

“When it comes to self-preservation in water, the key to survival is breath control. With the lungs full of air, the human body is buoyant — so deep breaths and quick exhales are key.

“Buoyancy in freshwater is more challenging but still achievable. Panicking, which can lead to hyperventilation, is the number-one enemy to survival.

“Restraints and body positioning may make breathing a challenge, but repositioning is always within the Nomad’s grasp. In shallow waters, use a sinking and bouncing approach (see diagram below) to travel toward shore, ricocheting off the seabed or lake floor up to the surface for an inhale.

“When facing down, whether floating in place or using a backward kicking motion to swim to shore, the operative should arch his back in order to raise his head above water.”

Check out the illustration below and see how you can do the technique:

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Of course, things can be a lot tougher when you’re thrown in rough waters but despite that, Clint said you still have your chances.

“In rough seas, this may not give him enough clearance to get his head out of water. Instead, a full body rotation will allow him to take a deep breath and then continue travelling forward.”

Clearly, these are the type of information that are better to know and not need, than to need and not know.

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20 Super Easy Food Hacks that Are Borderline Genius

Kitchen work doesn’t have to be complicated!

Cooking and handling food is hard enough as it is without the usual spills and mishaps. Luckily, the internet is filled with useful life hacks to make preparing and eating food so much easier!

Buy your veggies in bulk and freeze them in airtight bags so they don't go bad for weeks.

Buy your veggies in bulk and freeze them in airtight bags so they don't go bad for weeks.

Save your asparagus by cutting off their bottoms and putting them in a jar of water.

Save your asparagus by cutting off their bottoms and putting them in a jar of water.

Need to slice up some tomatoes or grapes? Put them between two plates and slice right through!

 Need to slice up some tomatoes or grapes? Put them between two plates and slice right through!...

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YouTuber Proves We’ve All Been Eating Burgers The Wrong Way

Oh gosh. My entire life is a lie!

Who the hell doesn’t like burgers? I, for once, am a sucker for a good sandwich. Well sure I know burgers aren’t exactly the healthiest of food choices but I always consider it as my little “guilty pleasure.” After a long day of work, I sometimes go out and grab my favorite burger to reward myself and kick the stress away.

Personally, I think there is always something satisfying about biting that special bun filled with meat, cheese, sauce, and a few vegetables. Call me corny or whatever but there’s really something “magical” about how all the different flavors perfectly mix together. Burgers are definitely my favorite!

The only downside to the damn thing, however, is that eating it can be a bit messy. It’s a struggle to keep the food together especially if you are eating a big one.

YouTuber Grant Thomspon claims we've all been eating hamburgers the wrong way.

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15 Clever Packing Hacks for Your Next Out of Town Trip

Keep your all your important stuff safe, secure, and efficiently packed in your suitcase with these 15 foolproof packing hacks.

Packing is filled with mishaps, that sadly, we only realize once it's too late. Sometimes we forget to pack our essentials (like that high-SPF sunblock or those thick winter socks). Other times we end up with a mess of stuff that takes as long to unpack as it does to unpack. And for the frequent flyers out there, how many times have you packed up your toiletries, only for them to explode in your bag mid-flight?

To avoid those typical travel disasters, we've compiled a couple of travel tips that will definitely come in handy. So the next time you're heading out for a vacation or even a business trip, keep these packing hacks in mind.

1. Stuff your hats with clothes so they don't get deformed in your luggage.

1. Stuff your hats with clothes so they don't get deformed in your luggage.

2. Roll delicate clothing between some tissue paper to give them some extra protection.

2. Roll delicate clothing between some tissue paper to give them some extra protection....

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